Cupertino Electric Human Resources Executive Eileen Nelson Honored with Leadership Award from Industry Peers

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Engineering and construction leader Cupertino Electric Inc. today announced that Senior Vice President of Human Resources Eileen Nelson was honored with the HR Symposium “Leadership” award during an annual event May 13, 2014 in Santa Clara, California. Recognized for the positive impact that she has made on Cupertino Electric and its people over the last two years, Nelson was one of two Leadership award recipients at this year’s HR industry gathering.

“The HR Symposium has publicly recognized what we have known for a while: Eileen is one of the best human resources leaders in Silicon Valley,” said John Boncher, president and chief operating officer of Cupertino Electric, Inc. “Her ability to raise the bar for employees, encourage feedback and recognize strong players to attract high-quality recruits at all levels is amazing. I am grateful for Eileen’s ability to think strategically about how to position the company for our next major phase of growth, without compromising our core values of integrity and innovation.”

About Eileen Nelson

Eileen Nelson is senior vice president of human resources for Cupertino Electric, where she oversees global growth and talent acquisition strategies that are helping position the company for its next major phase of growth. Coming to the construction industry two years ago from a 30-year stint in high-tech, Nelson has successfully implemented targeted training for managers, identified technology improvements and staffed her team with experts to raise the bar and help drive profit at Cupertino Electric. Prior to joining the company, Nelson oversaw the human resources organizations for several Silicon Valley-based companies, including Openwave, eBay and 3Com. She attended City University of New York’s Queens College, has completed the Advanced Program in Organizational Development and Human Resources at Columbia University and serves on the board of CSHRP.

About the HR Symposium Leadership Award

Every year, during the annual HR Symposium gathering in Silicon Valley, the Leadership award is given to an HR leader of an organization who is a pioneer, a fighter or problem-solver. The Leadership award is given to someone who has articulated a vision that has positively impacted the organization, and has demonstrated strategic HR and business leadership. The Leadership award recipient embodies the definition of HR leadership excellence and has created a legacy that empowers change, makes a lasting impression and encourages social responsibility. Senior Vice President of HR at Gap Inc. Eric Severson was also honored with a Leadership award during the May HR Symposium. For more information, visit http://hrsymposium.org/awards/categories.

About Cupertino Electric, Inc.

Cupertino Electric Inc. is a private company headquartered in San Jose, Calif. that has provided expert engineering and construction services for a constantly evolving world for 60 years. Cupertino is ranked one of the largest specialty contractors in the nation and is renowned for designing, procuring, constructing, installing, commissioning and maintaining complex electrical systems. The company delivers custom solutions for clients in a variety of industries, including biotech, commercial, data center, education, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, retail, solar, and transmission and distribution. For more information, visit www.cei.com.

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